A Trial of the Idea of Intrafamilial Insight for Family-Therapy and Social Understanding of Mental Disorders
Today, I will try to explain my experience in Japan from the social psychiatric point of view. Among several topics, I have selected two which I understand to be closely related to each other as well as to good clinical practice in Japan. One is the idea of intrafamilial insight and the other is symbiotic symptoms.
KeywordsAutistic Symptom Mental Patient Social Understanding Japanese Family Guilt Feeling
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